32 Ships with petrol, other products expected at Lagos ports

At least  32 ships with petroleum products, food and other goods are expected to berth  at Apapa and Tin Can Island Port  from November...

GE has dumped transport business, says NRC

The Nigerian Railway Cooperation (NRC) has explained that General Electric (GE) withdrew from the $2.7 billion railway concession deal because it has stopped the...

Nigeria, Senegal to further boost relations

Nigeria and Senegal have agreed to strengthen bilateral relation in the areas of economic, trade and industry, tourism, security, defence, energy, agriculture and education. Senegalese...

Buhari: How will he be re-elected?

Growing public discontent may dim his re-election bidWith the launch of his 'Next Level' campaign document last week - a concept that has...

Economy plunges under Buhari

As major economic indicators record negative growthBy UCHE CHRISWhen the economy rebounded in the second quarter of 2017 with a 0.89 percent growth...

Access Bank takes aim at the top

By OKEY ONYENWEAKUAs rumours swirl of Access bank making another strategic move, financial analysts are betting on heavy odds that the enterprising lender is...

Investors take stock as equities plummet

By TESLIM SHITTA-BEYTo be sure, 2018 has proved to be a harsh year for local investors in Nigeria as the stock market tumbles to...

2019: Soyinka, Afenifere, Ohanaeze state condition for support

• Insist Nigeria must restructure to survive By OBINNA EZUGWU It was another opportunity for relevant stakeholders in the Nigerian project to proffer solutions to the...

Transport fare up in Oct., says NBS

The National Bureau of Statistics (NBS) says the average fare paid by commuters for bus journey within cities in the country increased by N8.73...
After 12 days in London, Tinubu returns to Nigeria

After 12 days in London, Tinubu returns to Nigeria

Bola Ahmed Tinubu, presidential candidate of the All Progressives Congress (APC), has returned to Nigeria after 12 days in London, United Kingdom.Tinubu left...